An American actress and comedian Melissa Rauch is a married woman living the best of her life with her husband since long years. We will put you all out of misery with the detail information about Melissa's married life and her relationship with her husband.
Winston Beigel who is also known as Winston Rauch is best known for being a writer and producer of the Hollywood movie "The Bronze". He is renowned for being the brother-in-law of Ben Rauch.
Ben Rauch is a popular actor and writer, known for hit movies like "Jersey Boys", "Girls", and "Gossip Girl".
Melissa tied her knot to a writer Winston Beigel in 2007 and since their marriage, the couple seems very happy together which is a good sign of their marital life. Winston and his wife Melissa, although married in 2007, are believed to know each other from a long time ago.
They are together from early days and are said to be college friends.
Even the lovebirds were dating from long years, they made an official announcement of their relationship in 2006 which was followed by their marriage in the next year. There are no records of Melissa's past affairs because of the private lifestyle of Melissa.
Thus no reports are available regarding her past boyfriends.
The pair is not only life partners but is also working partners as the two wrote a short story together "The Condom Killer" in 2009. They also collaborated on numerous projects and one of them is the famous comedy-drama "The Miss Education of Jenna Bush".
Another collaboration is the comedy film "The Bronze" where Melissa is the lead character and she and her hubby Winston are the writers which got released in 2016.
Life is full of uncertainties. The happy couple went through a bumpy road during their love life. The Big Bang Theory star Melissa went through a devastating miscarriage. It was surely a hard time for the couple to deal with.
But now the couple recently announced that they are expecting their first child. Let's get to know the story in detail!
Melissa announced her first pregnancy to the Glamour magazine and she is overjoyed by it and on the other hand really terrified since she had a miscarriage before. She expressed openly about her tragic experience on an essay for Glamour. Let's see some of the heart-touching words she spoke;
“All I really know for sure is that this experience has changed me forever. I know it’s made me grateful for every moment of my current pregnancy, and I hope it will make me a better mother in some capacity when I can finally hold the child that has been in my heart in my arms… So, to all the women out there who are dealing with fertility issues, have gone through a miscarriage or are going through the pain of it currently, allow me to leave you with this message: You are not alone. And, it is perfectly OK to not be OK right now.”
After every dark night comes a bright morning. Now the couple is again pregnant and they are extremely happy about it. Best Wishes!